Saskatchewan Indian Institute of Technologies
|Saskatchewan Indian Institute of Technologies|
|Motto||The institute of choice|
|Established||1976 as the Saskatchewan Indian Community College,|
|Type||Public comprehensive community college|
|Students||1,400 in 2003–2004|
|Location||Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada|
|Campus||Urban Saskatoon & rural/remote|
|Colours||blue & Green|
|Affiliations||ACCC, CCAA, AUCC,|
As of 2012 it has 3 campuses and 7 Industrial Career Centres throughout the province.
It is governed by a Board of First Nation Senators, Tribal Council appointees and an executive member of the Federation of Saskatchewan Indian Nations. SIIT also operates within the provincial post-secondary system.
SIIT was established in 1976 as the Saskatchewan Indian Community College, and assumed its present name in 1985. On July 1, 2000, the Saskatchewan government recognised SIIT as a post-secondary institution through the enactment of the Saskatchewan Indian Institute of Technologies Act.
- Higher education in Saskatchewan
- List of agricultural universities and colleges
- List of colleges and universities in Saskatchewan
All facts, unless otherwise stated, are from Saskatchewan Indian Institute of Technologies' web site
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